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Stay up-to-date on the creative, collaborative, innovative and entrepreneurial work that is going on at the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies.
Esteemed dance scholar envisions further collaboration, innovation and engagement in the school.
These artists will continue the work in interdisciplinary collaboration that TDPS values.
Students mount production of 'She Kills Monsters'—from their homes.
Technology is a scene partner in a new made-for-Zoom version of Qui Nguyen’s action-adventure comedy at the University of Maryland.
Walter Dallas, TDPS senior artist-in-residence and co-director of the MFA in Performance program from 2008-2013, passed away on Sunday, May 3. He was recognized internationally for his works as director, playwright, musician, photographer and educator.
UMD theatre students pivot to virtual show on Zoom.
Theater community pivots to another kind of mask.
Theatre students decide they aren't going to let social isolation stop them from writing and performing.
Denisse Peñaflor ’20 challenges herself through on campus opportunities and D.C. internships.
The International Program for Creative Collaboration & Research (IPCCR) completed its inaugural year with The Triumph of Isabella: An Exploration of Performance Through Art and Art Through Performance.
"The Visit" tells timeless story of democracy gone amok.
The College of Arts and Humanities welcomes the new faculty cohort to the University of Maryland.
Performances explore themes around gender, diversity and politics.
We are thrilled to announce the recipients of the first TDPS Board of Visitors Student Awards: third-year Dance major Gabriela Grant, third-year Theatre major Sophia Mattison and third-year Theatre major Jasmine Mitchell.
Dance concert preps undergraduates for professional dance world.
Reese is recognized for outstanding achievement, dedication and service to American theater.
“Heidi Chronicles” Speaks to #MeToo Generation.
Thirty years ago, “The Heidi Chronicles” was a Broadway sensation, bringing the experiences, concerns and joys of working women to the stage in a way never seen before.